After recovering from a near fatal shooting in Brownsville Brooklyn, former drug dealer and award-winning journalist Samson Styles searches to find meaning in his life and reconciliation with his shooter, in this meaningful journey that takes the form of a life-lesson told to a young boy. The film Killing Beef details Samson’s life in the streets and his transformative life experience through the perspective of a young boy. In the film, after the young boy “Christopher Underwood” loses his older brother to gun violence, he seeks out Samson to ask him about his own brush with death Read More>>>
Samson was born in Brooklyn New York and raised in the East New York and Brownsville sections. When he was twelve he got sentenced to eighteen months in a juvenile detention center for robbery and truancy.
While incarcerated Samson’s interest in writing developed and he became the go to person for inmates that wanted to write their girlfriends romantic letters. He became a role model inmate and received many certificates of achievements. After his release, Samson’s focus shifted back to the streets, which resulted in him serving more than seven years of his adult life in prison. >>> READ MORE